Licensing and Permits in UK Law

  • Warner v Metropolitan Police Commissioner; R v Warner
    • House of Lords
    • 02 May 1968
    ... ... Typical examples are offences under Public Health, Licensing and Industrial legislation. If a person sets up as say a butcher, a ... this provision and that which makes the occupier liable if he "permits" these things. He may well have no knowledge of what is going on but ... ...
  • Prescott v Birmingham Corporation
    • Court of Appeal
    • 30 November 1954
    ... ... attention to the necessity for approval of the Scheme by the Licensing Authorities under the Road Traffic Act, 1930, the Report Bets out the ... is anticipated that they will also be able to deal with Scholars' Permits, Blind and Disabled Persons Passes, etc." ... 14 "7 ... ...
  • Miss Behavin' Ltd v Belfast City Council
    • House of Lords
    • 25 April 2007
    ... ... ) Bill, which contained elaborate provisions dealing with the licensing of premises supplying meals or refreshments, tattooing and ear-piercing ... states that a person who "knowingly uses, or knowingly causes or permits the use of, any premises…contrary to paragraph 6…shall be guilty of an ... ...
  • R (West) v Parole Board; R (Smith) v Parole Board (No 2) (Conjoined Appeals)
    • House of Lords
    • 27 January 2005
    ... ... The provisions for early release, licensing and revocation ... 18 The statutory provisions ... or private, which the statute seeks to advance or protect or permits to be taken into account as legitimate considerations ….." ... ...
  • Laker Airways Ltd v Department of Trade
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 15 December 1976
    ... ... are regulated under the Civil Aviation Act, 1971- This sets up a licensing system. Under it any aircraft "beginning or ending its flight in the ... lessening the monopoly of the State owned airlines, which permits the Secretary of State to allow that particular State owned airline to be ... ...
  • R (Edwards) v Environment Agency (No. 2)
    • House of Lords
    • 16 April 2008
    ... ... In such cases it may be appropriate to review several permits in the area to set slightly stricter ELVs for each installation rather ... the environment, and in order to ensure the transparency of the licensing process throughout the Community, the public must have access, before any ... ...
  • R (Sim) v Parole Board
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 19 December 2003
    ... ... given the responsibility for determining when the public interest permits the prisoner's release. The total length of the extended sentence is fixed ... ...
  • Mixnam's Properties Ltd v Chertsey Urban District Council
    • Court of Appeal
    • 23 May 1963
    ... ... of the long title, namely, "An Act to make provision for the licensing and control of caravan sites", indicate that the statute is intended to be ... relations with his licensees, for he commits an offence if he permits his licensees to use the land as a caravan site Section 2 andSchedule I ... ...
  • Congreve v Home Office
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 04 December 1975
    ... ... Office, for whom we act as agent in operating the television licensing system, not to allow this. I am, therefore, required to ask you to remit ... ...
  • Howell v Falmouth Boat Construction Company Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 20 June 1951
    ... ... , the Director of Shipping at the Admiralty sent a letter to all licensing officers giving them directions upon the policy they were to follow. It ... Act 1939, section 2 (5) ( a), licences are referred to along with "permits, certificates or other documents", and the necessary implication is that a ... ...
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